Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training – My Life in Data

The Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in My Life in Data is based at the University of Nottingham and is supported by a £9.3 million investment from UK Research and Innovation, the University of Nottingham and over 30 industry partners. The CDT focuses on digital identity and personal data within the global digital economy, and is affiliated with the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute. Find out more about the CDT by reading our brochure Broadening horizons in the Digital Economy or by watching our short My Life in Data CDT video.


Horizon CDT News

Horizon CDT Industry Day 2018

The annual Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training Industry Day and CDT Advisory Board Meeting for […]

Horizon CDT Summer 2018 graduates

The University of Nottingham summer graduation season is now upon us, and the first our […]

Panos Koutsouras – ‘Crafting Content: The Discovery of Minecraft’s Invisible Digital Economy’

As part of his research  investigating the digital economies that emerge from video game contexts, […]

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Horizon CDT Blog Posts

Age-Appropriate Design Code – call for evidence by the ICO

As of May 25th 2018 the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA2018) has taken effect in […]

I GOT A NEW PART TIME ROLE…

It brings me great pleasure to announce that I am now the Social Media Specialist […]

WHAT KIND OF INTERNET DO CHIDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WANT? OPPORTUNITIES, RISKS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

I was very pleased to present UnBias’ data at two great recent UK events that […]

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